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Mescalinum Music Research

[mescalinum music research] means love and passion for sound and music. Sounds and music in every possible sense. If you know that special feeling in your heart, then you have an idea of what we stand for. There are no boundaries for us, hence [mescalinum music research] is not limited to a particular style or trend. We release sounds and music for just one reason: because we know it is right. Here you can find both mp3 files and the artwork of the releases in high quality. Please visit www.mescalinum.com for further information!
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Mescalinum Music Research
by The Psy
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"Tinnitus" is a very experimental recording of electronic music, ranging from psychological ambience to disturbing noise. Headphones are strongly recommended while listening to this record. The Psy about "Tinnitus": "The recording shall give an impression of what I am hearing and what I am believing to 'hear'. In 1998 I got tinnitus which is a serious illness, and since then my life has changed a lot - maybe more than I have recognized for myself. Tinnitus is a well...
Topics: mescalinum, the psy
Mescalinum Music Research
by The Psy
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Experimental subraum ambience, headphones are strongly recommended as usual when it comes to psy-stuff. The EP features two new tracks of psy-esque electronica, the original edit of "Jastreboff's Model" which was only available on the rare limited edition of "Tinnitus" and three outtakes from the Tinnitus sessions.
Topics: mescalinum, the psy
Mescalinum Music Research
by Martyr Droid
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The second album "The Journey" carries on where "Leaving the old world behind" left off. With the first album being some kind of a search for the “right” sound, "The Journey" leads to the direction MARTYR DROID always wanted to go. The idea was to create a sinister and oppressive album while not being overladen. “With simple methods to the destination” – This strategy should have succeeded. The main topic of MARTYR DROID’s work is atmosphere. Organic...
Topics: mescalinum, martyr droid
Mescalinum Music Research
by Billy San
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Billy San comes from Israel and presents a varied mixture of experimental ambience. Field recordings, white noise speech patterns, fragile melodies merge into a body of frequencies, which make no distinction between man-made noises and extra-terrestrial signals.
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Topics: mescalinum, billy san
Mescalinum Music Research
by DOOOM
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The soundtrack for the time after the apocalypse – the sound DOOOM have created with "Endtime" comes really close to the silent but still ominous atmosphere of depressing and cold isolation after the big inferno. The listener finds himself in a sound landscape without any hope but still a glimpse of life, both hostile and friendly at the same time. "Endtime" begins with waking up after the apocalypse... you believe to see the sun rising but you also know that there will be...
Topics: mescalinum, dooom
Mescalinum Music Research
by Various Artists
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Released in early 2005 as the real deal on 2 CDRs with professionally printed, extensive artwork. It was limited to 100 copies only and is now out of print. There are no plans to re-release this compilation so therefore you get it here FOR FREE! The "mescaline injection" was compiled by beta and matt sick. It contains 20 tracks previously unreleased tracks, exclusive to this compilation. The injection is more than a normal sampler - it is a presentation of the current scientist roster...
Topics: mescalinum, mescaline injection, compilation
Mescalinum Music Research
by Martyr Droid
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Although MARTYR DROID's debut album is more a compilation of early tracks it doesn't lack conception. The vision of MARTYR DROID is a cold mechanical world inhabited by droids, and the music is the perfect score. MARTYR DROID's work can be described as industrial, electro and dark ambient sounds. Influences are the works of Mick Harris and Godflesh. The album features two bowiesque vocal performances by the remarkable and respected underground artist Mark Moffre.
Topics: mescalinum, martyr droid
Mescalinum Music Research
by Psonikadia
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After having released four EPs on various netlabels so far, Psonikadia now presents his debut release for [mescalinum music research]. Simply titled “Fifth”, the EP is a little gem of six ambient electronic mindscapes created in a four days session. Psonikadia is the current musical expression from Nick Aitchison. Previous incarnations being Varja and Qb. Philosophically Psonikadia has developed out of the void, meaning the music is not pre-conceived. It appears from mind. And is then...
Topics: mescalinum, psonikadia
Mescalinum Music Research
by DOOOM
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After the end time scenario on his debut album (2004) DOOOM continues to explore the sounds of the human psyche and setting the music to various states of the mind. “Psychonaut” is a voyage through different layers of consciousness. It’s about shadows, traumata, hopes and fears, rebirth and the endless travel of restless souls through the continuum. Even though there is a vast array of accompanying sounds and noises, the core is defined by nothing else than DOOOM.
Topic: ambient, mescalinum, dooom
Mescalinum Music Research
by DOOOM
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DOOOM's third album "Limbic Psyance" continues the aural exploration of the human subconscious and the mysteries of the mind and psyche. Seven different journeys, interconnected like a neuronal network.
Topics: ambient, mescalinum, dooom
Mescalinum Music Research
by (the obscure) Rhythm Trip
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"Black Area" mainly serves as a metaphor for Africa, often called the 'black continent'. The music is tribal-like, rhyhthm-oriented and combines a great variety of styles, including big beat electronica and ambient. Enjoy your trip, you won't regret it!
Topics: mescalinum, the obscure Rhythm Trip
Mescalinum Music Research
by (the obscure) Rhythm Trip
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Third and last installment of the 3 EP series for the Black Area complex. Electronica & ambient, produced by Matt Sick.
Topics: mescalinum, the obscure Rhythm Trip
Mescalinum Music Research
by X909
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First released September, 2003 on CDR. x909 is probably the most extreme act on the [mescalinum music research] scientist roster. His music can be described as dark industrial ambient/noise - x909 himself calls it 'soundicide'. "This is how war crimes sound like" is the perfect characterization of the album which is heavily influenced by humanity's bloody urge for self destruction. The two tracks are only a glimpse of the dark world humans can enter when being in the state of war.
Topics: mescalinum, x909
Mescalinum Music Research
by (the obscure) Rhythm Trip
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Second part of the 3 EP series for the Black Area complex. Electronica & ambient, produced by Matt Sick.
Topics: mescalinum, the obscure Rhythm Trip
Mescalinum Music Research
by MK5
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First download-only release on [mmr]. Everything written, recorded and produced by MK5 Commander M0. MK5 made his first appearance on "Mescaline Injection" and presents now his first EP - a hyperblasting electronic grindcore attack! Prepare for destruction!
Topics: mescalinum, mk5
Mescalinum Music Research
by (the obscure) Rhythm Trip
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This is the first part of the 3 EP series for the Black Area complex and also (o)RT's debut release. "Black Area" is a great start into the big beat electronica world of (the obscure) Rhythm Trip. Also check out the album "A Trip into the Black Area"!
Topics: mescalinum, the obscure Rhythm Trip
Mescalinum Music Research
by CHROMAX
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The Psy and x909 collaborated on this EP and designed some simple but effective digital hardcore / noise tracks. Everything recorded live @ g-com.
Topics: mescalinum, chromax
Mescalinum Music Research
by The Psy
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First released October, 2001 on CDR. All tracks produced by The Psy. Illogical german underground electronica. Original release featured 13 tracks, including an unlicensed remix of TREPONEM PAL's "Renegade" (from their album "Higher") and 7 demo tracks.
Topics: mescalinum, the psy
Mescalinum Music Research
Xv2
by CHROMAX
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The second ep of the collaboration of The Psy and x909 features both artists in a more distinctive way, ranging from noise, complex electronic patterns and video game soundtrack-like melodies to even danceable tracks. Everything recorded live @ g-com.
Topics: mescalinum, chromax